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Treatment Options for Arthritis

Your Arthritis treatment begins with our team of doctors and specialists creating a complete picture of your health so that we can identify and treat any underlying conditions contributing to your arthritic joint pain and inflammation–enabling us to deliver healing that lasts. Together, we’ll create a tailored plan that may include one or more of our specialized arthritis treatments.

Pain Management

Our pain management specialists are committed to identifying the root cause of your arthritic joint pain–resolving your pain at its source rather than simply masking your symptoms with traditional pain management medications and treatments. We recognize the complexities of pain, and partner with you to design a customized pain management plan to identify which of our arthritis pain treatments best support your near- and long-term healing.

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Injection Therapy

Our injections are formulated to effectively reduce arthritic joint pain, inflammation, and manage the underlying factors causing your joint pain–rather than masking pain with steroid or cortisone injections.

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Regenerative Medicine

Our regenerative medicine therapies work to replace, activate, and renew depleted or damaged joint cartilage–accelerating your rate of healing exponentially. The injection of healthy tissue allograft into damaged areas reduces arthritic pain and inflammation, and supports the repair of cartilage and bone.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy for the treatment of arthritis begins with a complete assessment and evaluation of your joints–from your hands, hips, and lower back to your knees and feet. Through specialized therapies designed to address arthritis, our physical therapists work to relieve your arthritic joint pain and inflammation, alleviate stiffness, increase your range of motion, accelerate your healing, and restore your overall mobility.

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Orthopedic Support Bracing

Our personally-fitted orthopedic bracing, such as knee braces and back braces, provides your arthritic joints with support, pain relief, and stability so that you can engage in physical activities with peace of mind.

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Chiropractic Treatments

Our extensive chiropractic services include specialized techniques that improve the function of arthritic joints along your spine, and in your neck and lower back. Our chiropractic treatments properly align your body’s musculoskeletal structure–restoring mobility and providing pain relief to your joints, bone, muscles, and connective tissue.

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Our acupuncturists administer very thing micro-needles at strategic points along the surface of your body to stimulate nerves, muscles, and connective tissues. Activating these specific points stimulates your central nervous system–triggering your natural healing abilities and relieving joint pain and inflammation caused by arthritis.

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Therapeutic Massage

Our therapeutic massage therapy alleviates chronic pain associated with arthritis, and increases your range of motion in arthritic joints.

Advanced Light Therapy

By directing powerful energy in the form of billions of light photons to your arthritic joints, our advanced light therapy stimulates and accelerates healing and joint cartilage regeneration–all while reducing joint inflammation, swelling, pain, and stiffness.

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Sports Injury & Rehabilitation

Through specialized mobilization and release techniques, strength training, taping, and movement pattern assessments, our sports injury & rehabilitation specialists alleviate your arthritic joint pain and restore function and mobility. Our doctors work to not only help you recover from a new or recurring injury, but also to prevent future injuries–helping you achieve your optimal athletic performance.

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Vibration Therapy

To reduce your arthritic pain and promote joint health, our doctors utilize whole body vibration therapy, which uses precise micro-vibrations. The vibrations trigger your body’s natural reflexive response and stimulate responses from your nervous and musculoskeletal systems. The result is increased blood circulation–boosting the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to tissues, reducing pain, and improving muscle function and recovery.

Spinal Decompression

Our spinal decompression therapy gently stretches your spine–creating negative pressure in your spinal discs and relieving arthritic joints of pressure. Additionally, the mild pulling and releasing motions of decompression therapy promote the diffusion of oxygen, water, and nutrient-rich fluids–rehydrating discs, supporting healing, and promoting joint mobility.

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Medical Weight Loss

Our doctors recognize the significant strain extra weight can put on your joints. To set you on the right path to weight loss, our doctors and specialists will first methodically and thoroughly examine every aspect of your life such as your diet, exercise habits, genetics, and stressors. We may also order additional diagnostic testing which provides us with the opportunity to examine and address even the most hidden factors impacting your weight.

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Understanding Arthritis

The leading cause of work disability, arthritis affects an eestimated 58.5 Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The disease causes inflammation in and the breaking down of your joints, which are the points where your bones meet and move. These changes in your joints can cause you to experience swelling, pain, stiffness, tenderness, and decreased range in motion–with symptoms most commonly felt in your feet, hips, knees, and lower back. Your symptoms will tend to worsen with age and will vary depending upon the type of arthritis you have.

More than 100 types of arthritis exist, but the two most common types you’ll encounter are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Both forms of the disease impact the joints, but in different ways. Osteoarthritis causes the breaking down of your joint cartilage, which is the smooth, hard tissue that covers the ends of your bones where they come together to form a joint. Rheumatoid arthritis causes your immune system to attack your joints. It begins by attacking the lining of your joints and can eventually lead to the destruction of the cartilage and bone within your joint.